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Fast Tracks Insight Interview
Carol Vecchio

Career Growth: Purpose, Passion, and Your Roadmap for Change

An interview with Carol Vecchio

How to renew yourself and your career, and make the most of the changes that come your way

"There are times in our lives when we are energized and moving forward, and then there are times when everything feels like its falling apart. That's change. How do we deal with it?"

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Carol A. Vecchio is a sought-after speaker and facilitator who has inspired audiences of all sizes throughout the US and Canada. She is Founder and Executive Director of the Centerpoint Institute for Life and Career Renewal.  As a full-time career counselor since 1981, her professional development includes graduate studies in counseling, and extensive training with Richard Bolles, author of the perennial best-selling What Color is Your Parachute?.  She is currently writing her own book with the working title of: The Time Between Dreams: Successfully Navigating Change and Uncertainty in Your Life and Your Career.

Founded in 1992, Centerpoint Institute for Life and Career Renewal is a not-for-profit, educational organization based in Seattle, Washington that imagines a world where everyone’s life and work are powered by passion and purpose. Centerpoint has a unique and personalized approach to career counseling and has helped tens of thousands “Look Forward to Monday Again™.”  Centerpoint offers services for individuals, organizations and its Cycles of Change certification program for business and helping professionals.

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